Lisa Kori is an artist known for Open Fit with Kyle McDonald, open source software to design pants on the fly, and Anti-NIS Accessories with Caitlin Morris, fantastical headgear to thwart mind-reading surveillance.
During 2010-2011, she had a project called The Medium and the Mayhem, where she researched electronic art and music scenes around the world. She collaborated with ethnomusicologist David Novak to publish their combined research in the third edition of Handmade Electronic Music by Nicolas Collins (Routledge, 2020).
She has exhibited at Sónar Festival, Eyebeam Art + Technology Center, Cité de la Musique, FABRICA, Lichter Filmfest, FutureEverything, Subtle Technologies, and Wearable Futures at Ravensbourne University. Lisa Kori has appeared in publications such as Vice, Vogue, Dezeen, Wired and Fast Company. Her work is documented in the books Crafting Wearables: Blending Technology with Fashion by Sibel Deren Guler, Madeline Gannon and Kate Sicchio (Apress, 2016) and Code as Creative Medium by Golan Levin and Tega Brain (The MIT Press, 2020). She is a recipient of the Thomas J. Watson Fellowship.
Gene Kogan is an artist and programmer exploring autonomous systems, collective intelligence, generative art, and computer science. He is interested in advancing scientific literacy through creativity and play, and building educational spaces which are as open and accessible as possible. His work is all free & open-source, and he records many of lectures and tutorials for free distribution. Currently, he is leading an open project to create an autonomous artificial artist as well as compiling a free educational toolkit on machine learning for art.